HOW TO GET MORE FROM YOUR SMART AIR PU­RI­FIER

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GIVE IT SPACE

Each air pu­ri­fier in this test dif­fers in the way in which air cir­cu­lates around them. Some cap­ture the con­tam­i­nated air from one side and punt out clean air from the other, while some do the job from front to back. By giv­ing your air pu­ri­fier a suf­fi­cient amount of space all around it, you’re en­sur­ing that it can do its job ef­fi­ciently and you’ll get the best per­for­mance. Neatly, the Dyson Pure Cool can be ad­justed to en­able you to blow the air out from ei­ther the front or back, de­pend­ing on your pref­er­ence.

PLACE IT PROP­ERLY

Un­less you’re putting your air pu­ri­fier in the bed­room – which is the rec­om­mended place since you spend the most time here – you should place it in the room you’re ac­tu­ally in. Sounds ob­vi­ous, we know. Then, make sure to point the flow of air to­wards you, and leave it on at all times to main­tain proper air pu­rifi­ca­tion.

RE­PLACE THE FIL­TERS

The units in this test are smart, so they will tell you when the fil­ters that pu­rify the air in your home need chang­ing. To main­tain proper per­for­mance from your air pu­ri­fier, the fil­ter should be changed reg­u­larly. Nor­mally these fil­ters last about six months to a year, de­pend­ing on how much you use your pu­ri­fier – be sure to set it to auto mode to max­imise its ef­fi­ciency.

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